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End Of School Water Party Celebration

Friends, can you believe that summer is upon us at last? If your kids haven’t finished school already, I imagine the last day is in sight. I can’t think of a better way to welcome those months of freedom by hosting an end of school/ warm weather water party! What could be more fun than water balloons as far as the eye can see, not to mention squirt guns, soaked sponges, and even a water balloon piñata? Click through the gallery below for these and a few more super fun ideas!

Welcome summer, we’re so happy you’re here!

 


  • Welcome Summer! 1 of 16
    Welcome Summer!
    Wouldn't it be fun to surprise your kids on the last day of school with a welcome summer water party? I love this idea!
    Great inspiration here via Dandee Designs
  • Giant Bubbles 2 of 16
    Giant Bubbles
    Make this super strength bubble solution, get a hula hoop and a kiddie pool and you're all set for some of the biggest bubbles you've ever seen!
    Details and instructions here from One Charming Party
  • Warm Weather Is Here! 3 of 16
    Warm Weather Is Here!
    We're so glad you're here! Set an inviting table like this one, water balloons are a must.
    Inspiration via Catch My Party
  • Slip n’ Slide 4 of 16
    Slip n' Slide
    Of course you've got to have one of these at any summer celebration. Make your own with some plastic from the hardware store and baby soap for extra slippery-ness (baby soap won't irritate the eyes).
    Inspiration via Create My Event
  • Trike Wash 5 of 16
    Trike Wash
    Here's a fun twist on the kid wash for the littles, a trike wash! Adorable!
    Inspiration via my blog over at Design Mom
  • DIY Kid Wash 6 of 16
    DIY Kid Wash
    Construct this cool DIY Water feature out of PVC pipe and use it as kid wash, bike wash, whatever you like, super fun!
    Details and instructions here from Instructables
  • Water Gun Re-Fueling Station 7 of 16
    Water Gun Re-Fueling Station
    Use a kiddie pool as an easy water gun re-fueling station. No more messing with that pesky hose.
    Inspiration via All Things Simple
  • Sprinkler Heaven 8 of 16
    Sprinkler Heaven
    Nothing says summer more than playing in the sprinklers. Get yours fired up for some easy fun.
    Inspiration via Martha Stewart
  • Splash And Score 9 of 16
    Splash And Score
    Playing this fun game is a guaranteed soaking good time, all you need are water ballons, buckets, and plastic bats.
    Get all the details here from Spoonful
  • Sponge Soakers 10 of 16
    Sponge Soakers
    Use this tutorial to make some fun sponge balls to throw around.
    Details here from One Charming Party
  • Splash Volleyball 11 of 16
    Splash Volleyball
    Here's a wet twist on an old standard! Use a sponge instead of a ball for a good game of water volleyball. This post also has a few other great water game ideas.
    Details here from Spoonful
  • Buckets Of Balloons 12 of 16
    Buckets Of Balloons
    The secret to success for any water party lies in water balloons, lots and lots of them. How about hosting a water balloon shot put competition?
    Inspiration via Confetti Diaries
  • Sponge Relay 13 of 16
    Sponge Relay
    Here's a silly game using soaking wet sponges and feet, guaranteed fun right there.
    Details here from Spoonful
  • Water Balloon Piñata 14 of 16
    Water Balloon Piñata
    Okay, how fun does this look? Swing away!
    Read this post for a few good tips here from Scrap Happy Heather
  • Lemonade For Everyone! 15 of 16
    Lemonade For Everyone!
    This may be a water party, but you still gotta keep your guests hydrated! How about some homemade lemonade to quench that thirst? Yum!
    Recipe here from The Idea Room
  • Popsicle Refreshment 16 of 16
    Popsicle Refreshment
    Popsicles are perfect for this kind of party, why not make your own? This recipe for watermelon popsicles sounds pretty tasty (and easy too!)
    Get the recipe here from Fit, Fun & Delish

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Read more from Gabrielle Blair at Design Mom.
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